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Cognitive Rehabilitation

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If you or a loved one has had a concussion, brain injury or stroke, and are having difficulty resuming day-to-day tasks, an occupational therapist can help by providing cognitive exercises and compensatory strategies that will make those tasks more achievable. 


We can provide exercises and strategies for improving:

  • Memory

  • Attention

  • Planning and organization

  • Processing Speed

  • Vision

  • Reducing sensitivities to light, noise, and headaches 

  • Physical strength and coordination

We can also practice and come up with specific strategies for:

  • Developing daily routines 

  • Simple meal prep 

  • Grocery shopping

  • Taking public transportation

  • Banking   

  • Communicating and interacting with others 

  • Participating in whatever activity you've been missing most!

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